American Red Cross asking potential blood donors if they’ve been “vaccinated” for COVID: If so, call us first to see if you’re still eligible

American Red Cross asking potential blood donors if they’ve been “vaccinated” for COVID: If so, call us first to see if you’re still eligible

Social media is abuzz with new claims that the American Red Cross RapidPass app is now asking potential blood donors if they have been “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) before allowing them to give.

“Have you EVER had a Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine?” allegedly reads Question 79 of RapidPass.

“If you answer ‘YES’ to this question, please call 1-800-Red Cross (1-800-733-2767) before coming in to donate to determine if this will affect your eligibility,” reads the information box below the question.

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(Related: Remember back in 2022 when the American Red Cross was caught mixing vaccinated blood with unvaccinated blood at its blood banks?)

American Red Cross confirms giving tainted blood

Another thing that also came to light this week is a video recording of a call between an undercover journalist and an official at the American Red Cross who confirmed that the organization does not separate blood donations based on vaccination status.

Conservative political commentator and media host Steven Crowder shared the video to his X account – watch below:

What this means, of course, is that recipients of donor blood from the American Red Cross could be getting injected with tainted, “fully vaccinated” blood without their knowledge.

In an emergency situation such as car accidents where individuals “need blood right away,” the American Red Cross representative confirmed, “there is a possibility that you’ll be getting vaccinated blood.”

When then asked if there is any way a person can know if he or she is receiving unvaccinated blood, the American Red Cross representative said “there isn’t any way” to know because the blood is not separated by vaccination status.

The only way a blood donor recipient can know for sure the blood being given is clean is “if they donate for themselves or if they have a family member that’s willing to donate for them,” the rep further confirmed.

Beyond this, the representative admitted that some people who received Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines” several years ago “are still experiencing some types of symptoms,” this being the reason why the RapidPass asks Q79 in the app.

One example that was given was of a fully vaccinated woman who called in to donate blood but was deemed ineligible to do so because she now suffers from persistent ringing in her ears as a side effect of the COVID jabs.

Keep in mind that the American Red Cross relies on the honor system when evaluating the safety and purity of the blood. This means that anyone can say anything before donating and the American Red Cross would be none the wiser.

On X, Dr. Simone Gold and numerous others expressed their concerns about the viability of blood from the American Red Cross.

“Do you still believe this vaccine is ‘safe and effective?'” Dr. Gold asked of her followers.

“If vaccinated blood wasn’t tainted, the Red Cross wouldn’t be inquiring whether you’ve HAD the vaccines before donating blood – The End,” responded another user about the simple answer to all this craziness.

If you have been “vaccinated” for COVID, your blood is tainted. Find out more at ChemicalViolence.com.

Sources for this article include:

Twitter.com

MSN.com

NaturalNews.com

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